I don't know how that person specifically did it (did you try asking him himself? ;o) but scratchbuilders (that don't rely on pre-made/printed parts) often use special techniques for making smooth, rounded pieces, like small domes or cones, or the small wheels for the landing gear of papercraft airplanes for example.
It's kinda like papier-mâché: you soak small strips of paper (the thinner and more absorbent the better) in glue and then basically mash/mold it into shape.
Keep rubbing it while the glue is wet and you can get it really smooth, and because it dries very hard (because it's basically a large piece of dried up glue only hold in shape while drying by thin paper) you can sand it down even smoother and into the desired shape with sandpaper.
Like I said, I don't know if that's how he did it, but I think it would work.
PS: please don't go running around the streets with a papercraft gun, okay...? ;o)
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